How about ditching Evolution along with evolution-data-server and
shipping Geary instead?
On Tue, Mar 22, 2016 at 11:35 AM, Bastien Nocera <bnocera(a)redhat.com> wrote:
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> On 03/21/2016 01:02 PM, Kamil Paral wrote:
> >> In general, I agree with Michael that Evolution is fairly complicated and
> >> perhaps overpowered for an average user. That said, an email client is
> >> expected default functionality on a new computer and the backlash we would
> >> receive for not shipping one at all would be significant. There are still
> >> many people out there who use IMAP or POP email accounts with either no
> >> webmail interface or one that is far more painful even than Evolution to
> >> navigate (I'm looking at *you* Zimbra).
> > I know no one who uses a desktop email client and is a "general
> > Literally, no one. And I tried remembering really hard :) I know some
> > colleagues who use it, but those are all power users and can easily install
> > it if needed.
> I can list four individuals in my extended family alone, none of whom are
> users". But anecdotes are not statistics.
And I thought I'd mention that, once you've created the online accounts for
or Microsoft accounts, the mail client works out of the box, without a need to
use a browser.
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